A Guide to Native American Music Recordings

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Greg Gombert
Book Publishing Company, 1994 - Indians of North America - 134 pages
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A reference work listing the majority of Native American recordings currently in print and available for purchase from U. S. and Canadian sources.

Includes 1,300 audio recordings, 90 record companies, and 30 music distributors listed in a thorough and easy-to-use format with a comprehensive index.

The book is divided into three major categories: Traditional Tribal Music, vocal and flute music; Intertribal Music, pow wow and peyote songs; Crossover Music Styles, adult acoustic alternative, blues, country, new age, rock, and rap.

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